Namibia in September

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September is an ideal time for visiting Namibia: day time temperatures are still pleasant, and nights are a bit warmer. It’s still dry, so game viewing is excellent. Early to mid-September is the last time you can hike the Fish River Canyon before it gets too hot, and it’s also the last month to catch the wild spring flowers in |Ai-|Ais/Richtersveld Transfrontier Park.


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Exciting Family Safari in Botswana and Namibia (11 days)

day 1 to 2

day 3 to 4

Off to the Okavango Delta

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Cruising the Waterways of the Okavango Delta

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day 9 to 11

Explore the Caprivi Strip

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